Kim Cameron interviewed on BYU radio

April 20, 2017

Kim Cameron was interviewed on Brigham Young University radio about positive relational energy and ‘positive energizers’ (the individuals in organizations who help other people flourish). Cameron describes how the best performing organizations have three times more ‘positive energizers’ than other organizations.

Cameron claims that managing energy is four times more important for predicting performance than information or influence management. As Cameron says to BYU radio, it’s important to “manage and foster energy” as a resource in organizations. Role or title do not determine if a person is a positive energizer.

Cameron is the William Russell Kelly Chair of Management and Organizations, Professor of Higher Education, and co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizations.